Vic Diaz

Vic Diaz was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Diaz began his acting career with roles in such films as the John Saxon action film "The Ravagers" (1965), the drama "Flight to Fury" (1966) with Dewey Martin and "Impasse" (1969). He also appeared in "The Losers" (1970) with William Smith, the horror flick "Daughters of Satan" (1972) with Tom Selleck and "Black Mama, White Mama" (1972) with Pam Grier. He kept working in film throughout the seventies, starring in "Night of Cobra Women" (1973), "Savage!" (1973) and the action picture "Fly Me" (1973) with Pat Anderson. He also appeared in the action movie "Beyond Atlantis" (1973) with Patrick Wayne. Toward the end of his career, he tackled roles in the action flick "Raw Force" (1982) with Cameron Mitchell, the Jim Brown adventure "Pacific Inferno" (1982) and the Cec Verrell action movie "Silk" (1986). He also appeared in the Brett Clark action flick "Eye of the Eagle" (1987) and the Richard Norton action picture "Equalizer 2000" (1987). Most recently, Diaz worked on the Lou Diamond Phillips horror film "Bats" (1999).